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Q: Moving objects and gravitational radiation

BMFI have read that GR predicts that moving, massive objects emit some of their energy as gravitational waves. In reality, the energy loss is negligible and undetectable, but in some systems, like PSR 1913+16, it is not. My question is this: if we set an observer into motion, and he emits some of ...

 
 
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Q: Why doesn't the nucleus have "nucleus-probability cloud"?

Tim CrosbyWhile deriving the wave function why don't we take into the account of the probability density of the nucleus? My intuition says that the nucleus is also composed of subatomic particles so it will also have probability cloud like electrons have. Do we not do it for simplicity of the calculation, ...

 

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